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Stacy Ryburn

Fayetteville City Reporter
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Fayetteville nearing final stages in mobility plan

City officials hope traffic will flow smoother, daily commute times will diminish, streets will become safer for bicyclists and pedestrians and parking will become less worrisome with a revamped transportation plan.

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Fayetteville residents asked to chime in on update to floodplain map

Homeowners can see if their property sits in a floodplain as part of a revision to the flood-risk map of the city.

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Fayetteville Planning Commission greenlights changes to mobile vendor ordinance

FAYETTEVILLE -- The city's planning staff, rather than the Planning Commission, could soon handle permits for mobile vendors.

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Spring has sprung and so has Fayetteville's regional park

FAYETTEVILLE -- Beth Looper didn't realize Kessler Mountain Regional Park has so many soccer fields. She brought her two kids, Oliver, 7, and Sylvia, 5, out on a breezy Thursday to take advantage of the nice weather during spring break.

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Northwest Arkansas' biggest employers provide stability, potential for growth

The region's largest companies have provided stable jobs as businesses associated with them increasingly flock to Northwest Arkansas, contributing to an overall growth in employment over the past decade.

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Northwest Arkansas giving warm welcome to innovators

Budding entrepreneurs can skip Silicon Valley and live in Northwest Arkansas to get ahead in the startup world, according to experts in the field.

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Appointments confirmed for Fayetteville boards

The City Council on Tuesday confirmed a batch of appointees to various boards, committees and commissions.

TheatreSquared appeals to Fayetteville A&P Commission for funding

FAYETTEVILLE -- TheatreSquared could get more taxpayer support if the Advertising and Promotion Commission decides to contribute to the nonprofit organization's multimillion-dollar campaign for a new building downtown.

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Fayetteville developing strategic plan for sustainability

FAYETTEVILLE -- A call to action from residents, initiatives on the federal level to roll back environmental protections and a coal-heavy energy grid have prompted the city to develop a road map to higher energy efficiency.

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Fayetteville Public Library wins property dispute

The Arkansas Supreme Court's ruling Thursday paved the way for the Fayetteville Public Library to expand onto adjacent property.

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Kelly Mulhollan addresses the City Council on Tuesday at City Hall in Fayetteville. More than 20 res...

Kelly Mulhollan addresses the City Council on Tuesday at City Hall in Fayetteville. More than 20 residents spoke before the counci...

Published: February 22, 2017

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